Knit Focus, Spotlight

Spotlight: an eye for detail

 

 

These cute little mitts featuring foxes, beavers, squirrels and rabbits are part of The Woodsy Association 2.0 collection from tiny owl knits.

They’re a great example of how little details can make a design really special – from the subtle colour shading in the animal faces to the adorable little tassels added on the edge of each mitt which continue the animal theme: dangling acorns for the squirrel and matching tails for the rest. I particularly love the little white pompoms for the rabbits! Knitted in 4-ply, they range from small to XL.

Find out more about the collection at tiny owl knits (here) or you can see and buy the pattern at Ravelry (here)

 


Over to you: do you have any favourite patterns with thoughtful little details? Or suggestions for stranded colourwork mitts? 

 


Image above from tiny owl knits – see here

 

 

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